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    Sauces - Sweet

    All sweet sauces to finish off your meal or to just indulge in as a treat. Photo taken by 'pamela' of Lee Lee's Famous Chocolate Sauce for Ice Cream by bev.
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    A friend of mine emailed me this as she knows I love garlic. It sounds like alot of garlic but it supposed to be awesome especially when used in fresh tomato soup.

    Recipe #160411

    1 Reviews |  By Calms79

    This sauce is ideal served over vanilla ice-cream.

    Recipe #224751

    Found this in a magazine

    Recipe #217213

    1 Reviews |  By Jen T

    This goes well over fried bananas or vanilla icecream. Made in microwave.

    Recipe #128014

    8 Reviews |  By lazyme

    This is just to die for!! I've never served this without someone wanting the recipe, but more than that, they want to take leftovers home! (That's why I always make a double batch!). It's a simple make-ahead sauce and can be used for dessert or breakfast. It's a great presentation when served in a wine or martini glass. I got this recipe from Bon Appetit magazine in 1995.

    Recipe #176477

    When Mom and Pop got married, Pop had to call Mamaw to get this recipe. When he was growing up, they were really poor (Papaw was a Baptist preacher and worked at various jobs. Back then life was hard for a preacher with 4 kids). This was one of their "desserts". Mom also made this when we were growing up and to this day, I still love a big hot heapin helpin. One might ask how do you eat "chocolate gravy"? With homemade "cat-head" biscuits (Mamaw called them this because she made them "big as a cat's head") or canned country-style (Do not try this with one of those flaky-type canned biscuits - it just isn't the same.) and a chunk of butter about the size of the tip of your thumb. Let it kinda melt, then eat away. This is just like any other gravy, other than the addition of the butter at the table. I eat this with milk or coffee as the beverage, as nothing else tastes good. This is Redneck comfort food at its finest! **Times and yield are approximate. Please z-mail me with what you come up with.**

    Recipe #142524

    A lovely sauce for ice cream, cheesecake, fruit, eating it right from the jar...you name it!

    Recipe #128381

    7 Reviews |  By Bev

    You can use this sauce for everything! From drizzling over cheesecake, cream puffs or pound cake- to ice cream, chocolate souffles or swirled into a vanilla souffle right before you bake it. You can also use it in a pitcher on the table to pour over pancakes, waffles or crepes. From Room For Dessert.

    Recipe #60176

    Oh my. This is what my Gram used to make for Ice Cream topping, but I remember eating it with a spoon right out of the fridge when it's thick and...I just fainted!

    Recipe #160950

    Use over ice cream or layered in a parfait for a special dessert.

    Recipe #178465

    29 Reviews |  By Bev

    This is a delicious and easy to make syrup. I use this to pour over pancakes and Belgian waffles, over ice cream or pound cake, angel food cake or cheesecake! Your imagination is your only limitation! Please remember to skim the froth off the syrup while it is simmering for your best flavor. I first discovered this recipe in Southern Living.

    Recipe #51738

    A couple of people told me I should post this. It is the recipe for the syrup from my Fluffy Waffles Recipe #162586.

    Recipe #171348

    An easy, yummy sauce to serve over ice cream. Adapted from Food Network, Cookiing Live.

    Recipe #170877

    This is a sinfully delicious recipe for chocolate sauce. I had to bribe, barter, and steal to get this "top secret" recipe from a chef I worked with while attending college. He refused to use canned chocolate sauce and always made this recipe when he worked.

    Recipe #162958

    My late father only knew how to cook two dishes and this was one. The type of apples you use will determine how mushy your apple sauce turns out. Cooking apples will turn into the texture of commercial applesauce while others will keep their shape even after the cooking. Either way it's delicious. The recipe can easily be doubled (or tripled...or quadrupled) to serve a crowd.

    Recipe #70097

    I got this recipe from my mom's microwave cookbook that came with their first microwave (back in the '80s). This sauce is great on ice cream (and pretty much anything you put regular hot fudge on). For best results, serve warm. To heat, microwave for 30 seconds at a time on medium to low power. I've put the sauce in a canning jar to give as gifts.

    Recipe #157195

    Created for my DD's slumber party, this is a decadent thick fudge sauce, that is not overly sweet.

    Recipe #157647

    2 Reviews |  By Bev

    Let your imagination run wild when you make this sauce! Use over ice cream, cake, cheesecake, pudding, etc. Your imagination is your only limit :) This recipe came from The Inn at Little Washington.

    Recipe #117553

    I put this together quickly when DH was having one of his chocci attacks. I am not much of a chocolate eater but I have to say I had to have some of this and it actually tops any chocolate sauce I have ever had and so fast!! It was a hit with my chocolate loving DH and hopefully it will be with you too.

    Recipe #155582

    7 Reviews |  By flower7

    This is the fudge sauce from my ice cream pie recipe (#7549). It is so rich and wonderful I decided it deserved being posted by itself. I could drink it, it's that good! Makes a great sauce for dipping bananas, brownies or for pouring over ice cream (of course!) Store any left-overs (ha!) in the fridge and reheat in the microwave for about 20 seconds.

    Recipe #130571

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